Built-in Safety Features

   Modern chainsaws are equipped with safety features and anti-kickback controls. Understanding and using the safety features of your chainsaw properly are important if you want to cut safely and avoid injury.

   Before using a chainsaw, be sure to read the owner's manual and learn how each feature of the saw works. Know how to stop the saw in an emergency and learn safe starting techniques. If you have questions about the safety features on your chainsaw, please call or visit Bob's Power Center. We're happy to answer your questions and can show you the proper way to hold and use your chainsaw.

   Never disable, alter, or remove safety features from your chainsaw - they were put there for your safety and for those around you. In the event any safety feature should need servicing or replacing, do so in a timely manner. The longer you delay the more chance of an accident occurring.

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